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Sessions told White House that Rosenstein’s firing could prompt his departure, too ()
The attorney general made his position known in a recent phone call with White House counsel Donald McGahn.
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Wealthy donors spend millions to boost top super PAC supporting Senate Democrats, filings show ()
Senate Democrats face a tough map this year, and the massive haul by the Senate Majority PAC highlights donor momentum building to defend Democratic incumbents in states that President Trump carried in 2016.
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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is charged again, accused of misusing charity’s donor list in campaign ()
The governor, who has also been charged with invasion of privacy, has so far refused to step down.
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Stormy Daniels’s former lawyer said to be cooperating with federal probe of Michael Cohen ()
Keith Davidson has been contacted by federal authorities investigating Trump’s personal lawyer and has turned over “limited electronic information,” a spokesman said.
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The 5 biggest political headlines of this week ()
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Shifting views on marijuana highlight just how differently people of color are impacted by drug laws ()
Not everyone benefits from increased support for marijuana decriminalization.
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What's up with politicians suddenly embracing pot? ()
From Chuck Schumer to President Trump and John Boehner, pot advocates say they've had one of their best weeks in Washington ever.
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CIA declassifies memo clearing Haspel of responsibility for destroying evidence ()
The unusual release of the memo is part of a broader campaign to rehabilitate director nominee’s image ahead of Senate confirmation hearing.
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Democratic Party sues Russia, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks alleging 2016 campaign conspiracy ()
The Democratic National Committee seeks millions in damages and acknowledgment of wrongdoing from Trump aides, WikiLeaks and others.
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John Bolton begins to shape National Security Council staff ()
Mira Ricardel, a top Commerce Department official, takes over as deputy national security adviser; she reportedly clashed with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.
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Under pressure to show results on North Korea, Trump the showman can’t stop raising the bar for success ()
A historic summit with Kim Jong Un has offered Trump the chance to hype what is possible even as analysts warn he could be setting himself, and the United States, up for failure.
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Black voters warn Democrats with 2020 ambitions about taking them for granted ()
Potential presidential candidates addressed the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention, tailoring their pitch to appeal to African Americans.
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The tax cuts are working (for banks)! ()
Banks saved $462 a second in the first quarter of 2018.
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Shifting views on marijuana highlight just how differently people of color are impacted by drug laws ()
Not everyone benefits from increased support for marijuana decriminalization.
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The Democrats' circumstantial case against the president who beat them ()
The complaint filed Friday is a social-media thread written in legalese.
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What's up with politicians suddenly embracing pot? ()
From Chuck Schumer to President Trump and John Boehner, pot advocates say they've had one of their best weeks in Washington ever.
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Is marijuana decriminalization possible in the Middle East? ()
With overcrowded prisons, there are attempts to change strict laws on drug use in Tunisia, Morocco and Lebanon.
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The Forbes 400 and how Trump's shameless self-promotion helped make him president ()
Trump built the image of success personified, which he later parlayed into a winning campaign to “Make America Great Again.”
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The Comey memos bolster his claim that he didn't leak classified information ()
The key memo Comey gave a friend was marked as “unclassified.”
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Nirvana, 'Stain': The Week In One Song ()
"He will stain everyone around him."
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‘A factory of bad ideas’: How Scott Pruitt undermined his mission at EPA ()
As he fights to hang onto his job, the administrator faces a profusion of investigations into allegations of excessive spending and unethical conduct.
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Do the Comey memos bolster the Steele dossier? ()
The memos may have done Trump more harm than good.
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Trump complains that Comey is making money off his book while Flynn’s life is ‘totally destroyed’ ()
Trump took fresh aim on Twitter at the fired FBI director, whose memos on White House meetings were released a day before.
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Even Kimmel and Colbert think Michael Cohen will turn on Trump ()
“Almost no one ultimately turns out to be loyal to Donald Trump,” Kimmel said, “because Donald Trump isn't loyal to them."
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